> Just share your own list.
Internet itself is a botnet and every machine connected to it is a part of it.
>Canary & Firefox Dev
>Sony Vegas 13
>CCleaner w/ CCEnhancer
- Qttabbar, add tabs to explorer
- Imageglass, image viewer
- Hexchat, which is currently the best irc client
- Ditto, clipboard manager
- shareX, screenshots/screen recording sharing tool
- OBS, streaming software
- qbtorrent, best client torrent
- Nylas, Mail client
- ConEmu, Terminal emulator with an unprecedented customization
- MPV, which is arguably better than MPC
- Bleachbit, cleaner
- 7-zip, archive manager
>Non open-source, but still best in their category
- Most of adobe suit
- Most of microsoft office
- Sony vegas
- Sublime text
- Google chrome
- Glasswire (?)
This is a bit outdated but most of the software listed here is still the best.
old new explorer
Just reading off my installed programs list:
Exact Audio Copy
Gimp for poorfags like me who can't torrent multiple adobe products.
Classic Shell (When I ran windows 8/8.1)
Not sure if that count since they're used probably more on Apple than Windows but easily some of the best being Adobe Premier Pro, Photoshop and Illustrator. (CS6 and CC)
Try MeGUI. Handbrake's usefulness is pretty much limited to a hybrid source that you don't want to go through the trouble of 2-passing with TIVTC.
People actually force themselves to use that?
I confirm this is much better than any other encoding GUI ever, it has a package manager where you can download and update all the avilable clodecs, supports AviSynth and it's almost bugless. Though, for AVS scripts I recommend to use AvsPmod rather than MeGUI script editor, because this one is quite laggy and kinda limited, AvsPmod not only has a better interface, it also tells you if there're errors in your script and what's missing. AvsPmod is like the Notepad++ of AviSynth editors.
MS office suite
adobe CS suite
Some people might look at those last two strangely, but everything else I've found that tries to replace them are sad imitations of the real thing.
>Memory Leak SJW gangbang
Illustrator is okay, well done
>>blend your poo
>broken, doesn't work when its not
>Gimp for poorfags like me who can't torrent multiple adobe products.
>Not sure if that count since they're used probably more on Apple than Windows but easily some of the best being Adobe Premier Pro, Photoshop and Illustrator. (CS6 and CC)
>People actually force themselves to use that?
Kek Pajeet. That's enough from the paid anti-shilling by uTorrent against qBittorrent.
qBittorrent just works really fine, without a problem.
If it's stalling then you're too autist to configure your network devices and your torrent client. So basically PEBKAC you fucking idiot.
But hey, I'm sure you got uTorrent 2.2.1 or the latest uTorrent which is nice! 2.2.1 is basically an outdated torrent client with bugs and open backdoor to your computer; the latest one is a huge malware, which contains adware and bitcoin mining tools. You should be proud and continue using your excellent softwares. ;^)
Microsoft uses draconian laws to prevent anyone from popping the hood on Windows and studying the source code that underlies it. Because of this, the world's most widespread computer system is completely outside the control of its users. This puts Microsoft in a dominant position over its customers, which it takes advantage of to treat them as a product. In fact, Microsoft announced that, with Windows 10, it will beginforcing lower-paying users to test less-secure new updatesbefore giving higher-paying users the option of whether or not to adopt them.
Increased public scrutiny has forced Microsoft to adjust its advertising to focus on how secure it is and how well it protects privacy. But who does it secure and protect? Certainly not the user. Since Windows 10 is nonfree software, users and independent security experts can't access the source code, so they are forced to take Microsoft's word for it that their computers are safe and their data is being used responsibly. And it hardly seems warranted to trust a company that is reported togive the NSA special security tip-offsthat it could use to crack into Windows computers.
Vivaldi ------------- web browser
Thunderbird ------ mail client
uTorrent 2.2.1 --- torrent client
Steam -------------- games client
uLilith --------------- music player
MPDN -------------- video player
Paint.net ----------- image editor
Notepad++ -------- text editor
Password Safe -- password manager
Teamspeak ------- VOIP client
ComicRack ------- comic reader
Calibre -------------- ebook manager
Veracrypt ---------- encryption softwar
dBpoweramp ----- music converter
Sandboxie --------- application isolation software
VirtualBox --------- virtual machine
Pulling from mine:
FL Studio 10/12
Linux user here stopping into Windows 10 town.
We officially have better apps as of now, I've seen nothing in this thread that's actually better than what's available at this point.
Perhaps just because of how green /g/ is nowadays.
I'm using Arch on my laptop, but Win10 on my desktop. Can't play games on linux, work oriented software are windows based, and software like mpdn and ulilith are windows only.
There are no good video player on linux sadly :/